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On air at 17GMT: Milly Dowler, phone hacking & the state of British journalism

Ros Atkins Ros Atkins | 16:14 UK time, Tuesday, 5 July 2011

I've just arrived fresh from Television Centre to be told that WHYS is off to a pub on Fleet Street to discuss the state of British journalism. This follows the accusation that nine years ago the News of the World newspaper hacked the voicemails of a British teenager who was missing at the time. She was later found to have been murdered. We'll post pictures and videos to flickr, update facebook and so on while we're down there. It's a ten minute walk so we'll be at the pub shortly. And while we're there, I'll be joined by journalists who want to talk with you and me about what has happened to the trade which evolved in the offices of Fleet Street.

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